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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2003)

With a visual style and gameplay inspired by Paper Mario on Nintendo 64, Mario & Luigi teams up the Italian plumbers for an epic adventure outside the familiar confines of the Mushroom Kingdom. A witch has abducted Princess Peach from the claws of Bowser and has taken her to a neighboring realm, which angers Bowser so much he agrees to join the brothers to rescue her. Things do not go as smoothly as planned, however, when the ship carrying the trio crashes and sends the characters in different directions. Mario and Luigi were fortunate enough to stick close to each other, and vow to continue the mission with or without Bowser. <br><br>Players will be able to control either character separately or together as a team while confronting enemies, using moves such as the leapfrog, where Mario pushes against Luigi's back like a springboard for more powerful jumps. Battles take place in real time, often requiring the same techniques found in the original Super Mario games, except characters earn experience points instead of a high score. Both Mario and Luigi can also find and use various items in battle, as well as solve puzzles together using their combined talents. Players will meet up with familiar characters as well as few new faces during their journey, which ultimately leads to the witch's foreboding castle.

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pros: I normally would be more specific, but literally, EVERYTHING.

cons: Just about nothing.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga aka Super Mario RPG 2!

I remember when I first got this game. I never played the original Mario RPG until just recently (I... See Full Review



pros: Large overworld, great battle system, overall fun adventure, lots to do funny dialogue!

cons: Can be easy at times but besides that I can't think of any.

Still Play It Today

Before I ever laid hands on Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga, I didn&#8217;t have the slightest clue... See Full Review



pros: A nice mix of standard Mario features with RPG ones.

cons: Tends too often toward the dull or tedious depending on the situation.

Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga: Is it as good as many gamers claim?

I&#39;m a big fan of the old school Mario platform games. I also like many RPGs, especially the Final Fa... See Full Review



pros: Graphics, sound, gameplay, controls, fun factor

cons: It could be slightly more challenging and longer

Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga: A strong game for a strong system

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pros: battle system, story, graphics, sound

cons: puzzles, light on some RPG elements, early enemies are too predictable in the beginning

Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga: Same Old Saga, New Mario Twist

Let me first point out that I never played a Mario-based RPG, whether it was Super Mario RPG for the... See Full Review



pros: Vibrant, colorful graphics and amusing storyline.

cons: Terrible soundtrack.

Supah Stah!

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pros: You play with all of you'r fav. old and new mario char.

cons: You can not play the main game in two player mode.

An Okey Mario Game

It is an okay game. It is a pretty long and hard game. You have to battle a lot of new characters as... See Full Review



pros: an original Mario RPG, lengthy, awesome animations, extremely fun, boss fights

cons: cannot save at any point, original Mario Bros. game included again

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Worth Its Weight in Gold

A few weeks ago, I rediscovered my adoration for Mario games. I spent a lot more time playing Mario... See Full Review

Product Details

Tech Details
Control Elements Gamepad/Joystick
Release Year 2003
Key Features
Rating E - Everyone
Genre RPG
Platform Nintendo Game Boy Advance